Council Says No To Tech Upgrades for Data on Babies Born Exposed To Drugs
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Voicing concern for the future privacy of children born exposed to drugs, the Executive Council voted against giving the Bureau of Vital Statistics $45,000 for computer-system upgrades to collect the data needed for a “plan of care” for each child.

At its regular meeting Wednesday, the Executive Council also approved three amendments to the lease of Mount Sunapee State Park to Vail, paving the way for some possible private development of the West Bowl area.

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